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March 19, 2019, 11:48:40 PM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.
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March 19, 2019, 11:53:24 PM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe
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March 20, 2019, 12:06:26 AM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe

3 coins so far out of 459... exaggerating too now?
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March 20, 2019, 12:11:18 AM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe

3 coins so far out of 459... exaggerating too now?

its not the variety of coins it is how many coins were lost and it's value....it can only just be 1 coin (BTC) and all hell breaks loose
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March 20, 2019, 12:19:04 AM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe

3 coins so far out of 459... exaggerating too now?

its not the variety of coins it is how many coins were lost and it's value....it can only just be 1 coin (BTC) and all hell breaks loose

Already back tracking, why bother with comments like these. You guys just post crap then back track immediately when called on it, getting boring
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March 20, 2019, 12:30:21 AM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe

3 coins so far out of 459... exaggerating too now?

its not the variety of coins it is how many coins were lost and it's value....it can only just be 1 coin (BTC) and all hell breaks loose

Already back tracking, why bother with comments like these. You guys just post crap then back track immediately when called on it, getting boring

didn't just BTC and LTC was added to the ETH hack?

here is a funny thing..

ETH hack 100%,  but why only certain percentage lost to BTC and LTC?? the hacker choose to just take a slice off the pie?  Roll Eyes
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March 20, 2019, 12:39:32 AM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe

3 coins so far out of 459... exaggerating too now?

its not the variety of coins it is how many coins were lost and it's value....it can only just be 1 coin (BTC) and all hell breaks loose

Already back tracking, why bother with comments like these. You guys just post crap then back track immediately when called on it, getting boring

didn't just BTC and LTC was added to the ETH hack?

here is a funny thing..

ETH hack 100%,  but why only certain percentage lost to BTC and LTC?? the hacker choose to just take a slice off the pie?  Roll Eyes

Rather hear from Cryptopia first when information becomes available than listen to speculation/FUD from users in here.
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March 20, 2019, 12:47:55 AM
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What did I say from the beginning? HAIRCUT.   H A I R C U T. The "funny" thing is, my mgo tokens (affected) have not been cut, the BTC (theorically not affected) were cut.
A lot of wallets are still offline, don't rejoice too soon.

FFS Cryptopia are not running away they're facing the problem and solving it pretty damn well so far.
What's the practical difference between running away and not running away and announcing your coins are stolen, tough luck, we've taken what was yours.

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?
The percentage means the amount stolen or missing. All of your holdings in an affected coin have been reduced with that percent. For ETH, any ETH you had (100%) was removed from your account by Cryptopia.

It's a mystery how they had calculated that low amount, but obviously it's not right. Probably they converted all coins in NZD equivalent. Which is purely theorethical, as you can't practically sell that amount and not influence price. And not taking into account price movement in 2 months. ETH and LTC have increased in fiat 20% and 100%, respectively.

They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.



so the detective/police thingy was just a show..if lost coins are just being discovered and about to be discovered.

NZ police can't do shit, it was/is a home court advantage for these crooks, they know it, the path to these investigations are already laid in front of them and it is a dead end  Wink ...I wouldn't be surprised if the hacker was not caught or the funds not retrieved hehe

cryptsy big vern have to exit scam because he need it all..how much is BTC back then? 300$ more or less hehe...today you just have to buy low or sell high self-hack scam  Cheesy


The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

yup specially after the so called "police lock down" was ended and cryptopia team are now able to access the facilities, doing their "securing of wallets" and coins missing are piling up hehe

3 coins so far out of 459... exaggerating too now?

its not the variety of coins it is how many coins were lost and it's value....it can only just be 1 coin (BTC) and all hell breaks loose

Already back tracking, why bother with comments like these. You guys just post crap then back track immediately when called on it, getting boring

didn't just BTC and LTC was added to the ETH hack?

here is a funny thing..

ETH hack 100%,  but why only certain percentage lost to BTC and LTC?? the hacker choose to just take a slice off the pie?  Roll Eyes

Rather hear from Cryptopia first when information becomes available than listen to speculation/FUD from users in here.

you..yourself is a speculation BenTheAnonMod, the unofficial cryptopia prick around here
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March 20, 2019, 12:50:03 AM
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"TheAnonMod" was a reference to something someone said in here which I thought was funny.

Resorting to name calling again I see, such quality posts in here....
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March 20, 2019, 12:58:52 AM
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"TheAnonMod" was a reference to something someone said in here which I thought was funny.

Resorting to name calling again I see, such quality posts in here....

this is more like it..

Nah I'm just "some anonymous mod on discord"

Rather hear from Cryptopia first when information becomes available than listen to speculation/FUD from users in here.

because I don't just believe all the shit Craptopia is spewing out, both official and unofficial statements here.
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March 20, 2019, 01:04:53 AM
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Again, having a laugh at what people called me on here.

You'd also notice that I'm a moderator in https://www.reddit.com/r/Cryptopia/ as well as https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptopiaOfficial/ ....

But hey, just an Anonymous discord mod right Wink
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March 20, 2019, 02:56:51 AM
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didn't just BTC and LTC was added to the ETH hack?

here is a funny thing..

ETH hack 100%,  but why only certain percentage lost to BTC and LTC?? the hacker choose to just take a slice off the pie?  Roll Eyes
Maybe his bags are full of money  Grin
or maybe cryptopia team came to know what is happening and they locked their site and fund.
or maybe he doesn't have much time to withdraw funds from different wallets.  Grin

There are many "maybe" those are known by cryptopia and NZ police only, for now.
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March 20, 2019, 05:58:27 AM
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Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.


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March 20, 2019, 08:43:18 AM
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They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected.

Every coin and token I have on Cryptopia is mine. My property. Cryptopia is just a custodian. I gave to them to keep it in order to trade with it. For this they get the commission. The moment they haircut my balance they took my property. Without my consent. The fact that someone else may have stolen something from them is THEIR RESPONSIBILITY. Not mine. I'm not partners with them when sharing profit. How come they thought we'd be partners in sharing loss?

If they took my balance and I'm sharing the loss, then it means I'm partner now. So they should have issued me Cryptopia shares, not some IOU at a fake low value. What am I supposed to do with the IOU? Can I get my property back? No.
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March 20, 2019, 08:54:29 AM
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Hello

I saw many eth tokens stolen in some random analysis but I haven't seen Tusd stolen. Tusd is also a token. Has anyone any idea if tusd was stolen? I guess the company behind tusd could block those transactions and return them to cryptopia.
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March 20, 2019, 09:01:12 AM
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They didn't take what was yours, Users simply assumed only ETH/ERC20 was affected. So far (as other coins are still 'Offline' and haven't been checked yet) BTC and LTC were also affected along with ETH, with possibly other coins as they progress through the wallets.

Even folks accusing me of not losing anything, happy to post a screenshot of exactly what I lost just to shut you up.

Nice to see the Bitcointalk FUD engine back up and running away with crazy theories. Stay classy, folks. What a mess this forum has become.




The serial FUDers coming out in force again, this is why no one takes this forum seriously.

I am sorry that the bitcointalk users did not met your expectations about the reputable exchange that hired you. Apparently, people tend to get mad when their money is hijacked for 8+ weeks, they are so ungrateful, the haircut was designed to make people look better, not mad Sad .  

My negative trust comes from kenzawak, it was given to me for spreading the word about Bitcoin SV. Do your due diligence before making conclusions.
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March 20, 2019, 09:11:37 AM
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This is getting better and better!
  • First they lock your coins with "maintenances"
  • Then they bring down the site because of a hack
  • Then they reopen the site, having traded people's coins for bellow their current value for a "promise" without value
  • And yesterday they suddenly re-enable trading without a prior notice and without the option to deposit and withdraw, allowing themselves to sell the shitcoins they hold (and have now dropped in value) to people who haven't cancelled their old orders; selling them in the old price in cases where it was higher or buying the cheap in cases where it's now more expensive.

I was of the opinion that Cryptopia is not doing shading business and they're just a bit incompetent... maybe I should reevaluate this opinion of mine...

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March 20, 2019, 09:29:15 AM
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I just noticed the status pages for BTC/LTC/ETH actually use the word "haircut"  Shocked


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=LTC

Currency 57% secured, 43% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTC

Currency 86% secured, 14% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=ETH

Currency 0% secured, 100% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?

They stated they had a MAJOR LOSS OF FUNDS. What did you morons think would happen, that you would get it all back?Huh Time to wake up!!

Most of the shitcoins are untouched, but LTC is hurt bad and ETH is killed off, BTC 14%. So yeah, probably about 10% all in all.

go back to one month ago and see I knew the haircut had been the "solution" from the beginning, and I was also criticized for that.
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March 20, 2019, 09:54:40 AM
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I just noticed the status pages for BTC/LTC/ETH actually use the word "haircut"  Shocked


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=LTC

Currency 57% secured, 43% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTC

Currency 86% secured, 14% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=ETH

Currency 0% secured, 100% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready

As I had a 14% btc haircut, what does this mean? That 100% of ETH are gone? ( In the hypothesis those are not progress percentage but the amount of haircut. ) AND, in that case, how could the whole hack be 10% if the biggest coins are devastated ?

They stated they had a MAJOR LOSS OF FUNDS. What did you morons think would happen, that you would get it all back?Huh Time to wake up!!

Most of the shitcoins are untouched, but LTC is hurt bad and ETH is killed off, BTC 14%. So yeah, probably about 10% all in all.

go back to one month ago and see I knew the haircut had been the "solution" from the beginning, and I was also criticized for that.

They should have taken some LTC back from inactive traders in a "legal but unethical" way at least, though 400 LTC is a drop in the water I guess.
Look at that: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=LTC_BTC
They've lost 50% of their LTC but suddenly they re-enabled trading of it yesterday. It seems that a total of 400 LTC were bought under their value, either by the few users who were unlucky enough to hold BTC in Cryptopia or from Cryptopia themselves.

But I'll be honest... judging by the timestamp of their tweet and the time of the LTC-BTC trading, I believe that the tradings was done by users and not from Cryptopia.

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Still, they waste time...
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